This weekend, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin made his intentions for the future clear, with the announcement that he plans to return to his old job of president. He will swap jobs with Dmitri Medvedev. Presidential elections will be held in March, but the outcome is pre-ordained — according to our guest Julia Ioffe. She is Moscow correspondent for The New Yorker and Foreign Policy. As she tells Michele Norris, a big change since this less-than-surprising news is Monday's resignation of the internationally respected finance minister.